World Boxing Council Champion ‘Srisaket’ to gift title belt to future mother-in-law

After retaining his WBC super flyweight world title on Saturday, Thai boxer Srisaket Sor Rungvisai has vowed to give his championship belt to the future mother-in-law back home in Isaan. Patchareewan Kanha, who has been dating Srisaket for 14 years, said that Srisaket had proposed to her before he went off to Los Angeles, where ...

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Thai boxer Srisaket knocks out Gonzalez in fourth to retain WBC title

Thai boxer Srisaket knocks out Gonzalez in fourth to retain WBC title

Thai boxer Srisaket Sor Rungvisai knocked out Roman Gonzalez in the fourth round Saturday with a devastating right hook to retain his WBC super flyweight world title in his second...

MotoGP to make Thai debut next year

MotoGP to make Thai debut next year

MotoGP will make its Thai debut in October next year, it was confirmed today, with the race to be hosted by the provincial city of Buriram for three years. The Sports Authority...

SEA Games: Thailand wins over Malaysia in football final

SEA Games: Thailand wins over Malaysia in football final

Malaysian goalkeeper Haziq Nadzli kicked his ball through his own team’s goal to hand Thailand a 1-0 win in the Southeast Asian Games football final on Tuesday, puncturing the...

SEA Games: Thais take dig at Malaysia over medals

SEA Games: Thais take dig at Malaysia over medals

Thailand took aim at table-topping Malaysia for stacking the sports program in their favor as they conceded defeat in the Southeast Asian Games medals race. Thailand dominated the...

Golf: Ariya prepares to defend her British Open title while ill, but no driver

Golf: Ariya prepares to defend her British Open title while ill, but no driver

Ariya Jutanugarn may be fighting a cold, but memories of her women’s British Open win are keeping her warm as she prepares to defend her title this week at Kingsbarns,...

Flower Power: ‘Nong Rose’ first trans Muay Thai fighter in ring at famed Bangkok stadium

Flower Power: ‘Nong Rose’ first trans Muay Thai fighter in ring at famed Bangkok stadium

Muay Thai fighter Nong Rose Bancharoensuk is strong, fast, and comes from a family of Thai kickboxers. She regularly fights men and was, in fact, born male. She was recently the...

Phuket Police suspicious of Canadian Muay Thai fighter’s ‘suicide’

Phuket Police suspicious of Canadian Muay Thai fighter’s ‘suicide’

The Chief of the Phuket’s Patong Police has called for a thorough investigation into the death of Canadian expat Matthew Richardson, 27, a well-respected Muay Thai fighter in...

Thai wheelchair racer wins silver medal in World Para Athletics Championships

Thai wheelchair racer wins silver medal in World Para Athletics Championships

Thai wheelchair racer Pongsakorn Paeyo won a silver medal yesterday in a T53 wheelchair race in the World Para Athletics Championships 2017, held in London. Pongsakorn, the...

14-year-old Thai teen is youngest pro golf winner ever

14-year-old Thai teen is youngest pro golf winner ever

A Thai teenager became the youngest known winner of a professional golf tournament on Sunday, overcoming huge pressure to secure a two-shot victory at the Ladies European Thailand...


 

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